The Prime Minister and Mayor of London visited their party faithful today to rally the troops before tomorrow's election.
David Cameron and Boris Johnson hoped their visit would provide a boost to Ealing Conservative's campaign to take back the borough from Labour after eight years in opposition.
They joined the borough's Conservative Leader David Millican and Ealing Central and Acton MP Angie Bray at the Conservative office in Broughton Road, West Ealing.
Mr Millican, said: “It was great to have such support from the Prime Minister and the Mayor of London when they came to Ealing on the final election stop before tomorrow’s vote.
"We’ve fought a strong campaign for a cleaner borough, with fairer charges, which serves the people.
"We ask the people of Ealing Borough to back the Conservatives so that we can once again serve the people and ensure rubbish is collected properly, footpaths and roads are maintained and the town hall is focused on needs of residents and not itself. We see a bright future for Ealing. With support from the residents of the borough we can make it happen.”